An annotated bibliography is a list of sources that you have found which you plan to use in your research assignment. These sources can be anything from books to articles to streaming media and more. The purpose of an annotated bibliography is to get you to start thinking about your research early. Use the CRAAP Test to help you write your summary and evaluation/reflection. If you do a good job on your annotated bibliography, you may be able to use parts of it in your final research paper.
An annotated bibliography is made up of three distinct parts:
When you turn in your final assignment, make sure that your Works Cited or References page only lists the citation; you don't want to include your summary or reflection on your sources in your final product.
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